24 GHz radars are used in ADAS applications to sense the environment around the vehicle and offer a proven and cost effective solution. These radar systems are aimed at features such as blind-spot detection, rear cross traffic alerts, collision avoidance and for simpler AEB and ACC systems.
STRADA431 24 GHz transceiver Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit (MMIC) includes one transmitter and three receivers and is specifically designed for use in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). It integrates voltage regulators to supply the internal core to simplify system design and is fully configurable via a simple SPI interface.
Automotive ADAS Devices
|STRADA431||24-GHz Transceiver MMIC for Automotive Radar Sensor|
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